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JILLWOLVERINE SparkPoints: (2,183)
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4/7/13 4:32 P

I'll give some of these a try. I had to change my socks mid-workout the other day because my feet felt like they were swimming in my shoes... yuck. :(

4/7/13 9:34 A

In general most high percentage polyester fabric (80% or higher) socks are sweat wicking. Walmart sells Starter brand which is what I wear but make sure you check the fabric content label since not all of them are high percentage polyester. I cannot speak to women's underwear but the same rule applies to T shirts and shorts. Nylon is non wicking and can get clammy feeling.

Edited by: SERGEANTMAJOR at: 4/7/2013 (23:25)

It is called WORK-ing out for a reason.

I said getting fit was simple, I did not say it was easy.

Cardio burns calories, strength work burns fat.

Eat well to lose weight, exercise to get fit

You can not build a six pack using twelve packs

Often when we seek a magic bullet for fitness we end up shooting ourselves in the foot.

"I think calories are little germs in food that all moms are afraid of" Dennis the Menace

NANLEYKW SparkPoints: (74,045)
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4/6/13 8:25 P

I bought a pack of pretty cheap moisture-wicking socks at Target, and I've been perfectly comfortable in them. I second the recommendation for Smartwool socks, too, though, if you want to spend a bit more.

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4/6/13 2:09 P

Asics Kayano for socks.

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4/6/13 1:48 P

smartwool or injinji socks are nice, and I buy my underwear from the outdoor store.

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JILLWOLVERINE SparkPoints: (2,183)
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4/6/13 1:40 P

Can anybody recommend any for women? Mens socks would be fine, too.

I've been looking around and see a very wide array of options at vastly varying price ranges, so I'm not sure what to try first. I want something as moisture wicking as possible, I am SO UNCOMFORTABLE in my normal clothes!

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